Here to build a better world

We’re more than a business — we’re neighbors and community members, too. That’s why we step up however we can to support the issues that matter to us. It’s also why we founded the Aegon Transamerica Foundation, a nonprofit that focuses our corporate philanthropy on the areas most important to our employees.


Employees helping their communities

Living your best life isn’t just about the money you’re able to save or invest. It’s also about being part of something larger and helping those who need it. We encourage all our employees to be a force for good, and we give eligible employees 12 paid hours a year to spend volunteering.


Bringing our values home with Habitat for Humanity

Our employees volunteer their time and energy frequently to help families build houses with Habitat for Humanity in communities across the country.


Pedaling hard for life-saving research

We team up to support the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association. At CycleNation events around the country, our employees support life-saving heart disease and stroke research.


Teeing off for Kids on Course 

Many of our employees in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, volunteer at the Zach Johnson Foundation Classic, which benefits Kids on Course. The program provides mentoring, tutoring, summer learning, and more for local kids in need.


Sparking financial literacy with Junior Achievement

The sooner people can develop financial literacy, the better. That’s why we’re proud to be the title sponsor of Junior Achievement’s JA Finance Park. During this program, students immerse themselves in a real-world process involving budgeting, investments, philanthropy, banking, and more.


Coming together for United Way

In 2022, we gave more than $1 million to the United Way through payroll contributions, proceeds from a silent auction, and a 50% match from the Aegon Transamerica Foundation.

Gearing up for better futures

Our employees donated items and stuffed backpacks in support of two good causes in 2022. Bags of Fun delivers toy-filled backpacks to kids fighting long-term or life-threatening conditions. A Precious Child’s “Fill a Backpack” event collects backpacks and school supplies for kids who need them.

Bags of Fun

A Precious Child

Hitting the streets for longer, healthier lives

To show our commitment to living long and living well, our employees came out for the 5th Annual Purple Pumpkin 5K for the Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut and the Walk to End Alzheimer’s®.

Alzheimer’s Foundation

Epilepsy Foundation

Aegon Transamerica Foundation

We want to make the communities where our employees live and work better. To help do that, we established the Aegon Transamerica Foundation with our parent company, Aegon. Through a mix of financial grants and our employees’ volunteer work, we help nonprofits focused on the areas that matter most to our people.

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Apply for a grant from Aegon Transamerica Foundation

We evaluate grant requests based on two factors: how the organization aligns with our purpose and community investment priorities; and whether the organization is linked geographically to one of our key locations shown below.

Applications are accepted throughout the calendar year, and the year-end deadline is November 1. We’ll consider any applications received after November 1 in the next calendar year.

If your organization fits our criteria, and you’d like it to be considered for a grant, email your completed application to

Grant request limitations

While we wish we could support every request we receive, individuals and the following types of organizations or programs aren’t eligible to receive grants from the foundation for various reasons.

  • Athletes or athletic organizations
  • Conferences, seminars, or trips
  • Courtesy or goodwill advertising
  • Fellowships
  • Fraternal organizations
  • K-12 school fundraisers or events
  • Political parties, campaigns, or candidates
  • Religious or denominational organizations, except for specific programs broadly promoted and available to anyone free from religious orientation
  • Social organizations

Atlanta, GA

11315 Johns Creek Pkwy.
Duluth, GA 30096-9043

Baltimore, MD

1201 Wills Street, Suite 800
Baltimore, MD 21231

Canton, MA

250 Royall Street, Suite 201 W 
Canton, MA 02021

Cedar Rapids, IA

6400 C Street SW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52499-0010

Denver, CO

1801 California Street, Suite 5200
Denver, CO 80202

Harrison, NY

440 Mamaronick Ave.
Harrison NY 10528

Plano, TX

6600 Chase Oaks Blvd., Suite 140
Plano, TX 75023

Saint Paul, MN

408 St. Peter Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102

St. Petersburg, FL

570 Carillon Parkway
St. Petersburg, FL 33716